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FOX News
May 4, 2013 10:00am PDT
. >> jamie: talking there about september 11th, 2000 12, the night of the benghazi attack. retaliation she says for those who want to give information that ran counter to the obama administration's accounting of the events. president obama said this week that he was, quote, not familiar with the idea that anyone was being prevented from telling their story. here's the state department on the benghazi investigation yesterday. >> the whole state department family is committed to bringing those who perpetrated this attack to justice and doing everything we need to do to keep our people safe. that's where our attention is and we hope that congress and the media, too, can keep the focus on that. but republican congressman darrell issa who chairs the house committee hogd this hearing also says additional witnesses are hesitating to come forward because they believe they may be punished by their employers. kelly and jamie? >> kelly: molly thank you for the update. >> jamie: molly, thank you so much. meantime the fbi has posted several images of people who are wanted in connection with the benghaz
FOX News
May 5, 2013 9:00am PDT
going to put heat on the obama administration? >> that's part of what elizabeth talked about there. at what point did anybody think -- what was the evidence to suggest to anybody this was a spontaneous demonstration? this is an important reason. how much did political calculation really effect what the administration said and more importantly did? because hillary clinton was right in her testimony. at this point what does it matter what anybody said in terms of spinning this. we know team obama had a strong reason not to show this as an al qaeda attack. thfs before the election. and that was his strongsest point. his record on foreign policy. you may have heard the mention of osama bin laden -- >> he died? i heard that. >> couple times may have heard mention of that. so that was a direct threat to the president's greatest strengths. you can understand the political down play. but as hillary clinton said at this point, what does that matter? what does matter is were the appropriate actions taken? were the appropriate actions taken? and if nobody ever thought it was a spontaneous demonst
FOX News
May 4, 2013 12:00pm PDT
before now. there has been much back and forth between republicans and obama administration whether anyone has been prevented from talking to congress about benghazi. one of the men, eric nord strum was the top security officer in libya. he has spoken publicly when he told congress when he said they asked for more security at benghazi consulate and he says was turned down. he has more information he wants to tell congress. the other two men are describing themselves as whistleblowers is gregg hick are ri and another terrorism official. on what gregory hick maze say on wednesday based on his conversations with republican senator lindsay graham. >> you will surprised to hear what he says about interaction between him and washington. he is in up two guy. he was chris stevens deputy. he was on the phone with chris right before he died. he is going to give you a chilling story and how he felt when he heard susan rice write this off to a spontaneous riot caused by hateful video. >> molly: you can hear more of the interview on huckabee on fox. they were peppered with questions whether the
FOX News
Apr 27, 2013 10:00am PDT
be talking to secretary napolitano, who still maintains, as does the obama administration, that for example, the fort hood shooting was a workplace act of violence. not an act of terrorism. they're very quick to talk about lone wolves and self-radicalized people, bin laden's dead. is there a mentality here that radical islam is downplayed and dismissed, leading to a sense of complacency perhaps within the government? >> i certainly think that because it had been so long since 9-11, everyone would like to be moretaehat terrorism is not out there and that we don't have radical jihaddists, but we absolutely do around the world. so we have to remain vigilant. we have to make sure that citizens are working closely with law enforcement and that our agencies are talking and sharing and doing everything we can to make sure that we are finding the terrorists in our midst and abroad and we can't ignore and we have to -- we have to cooperate fully and with specifically law enforcement agencies around the globe as well. this is a global network of terror, but we need to insure we find those her
FOX News
May 4, 2013 3:00pm PDT
, including retaliation against employees. >> talking there obviously about a september 11, 2012 when the benghazi attack happened. president obama said this week that he was, quote, not familiar with the idea that anyone was being prevented from telling their benghazi story. here is the state department on the benghazi investigation yesterday. >> the whole family is committed to bringing those who perpetrated this attack to justice and doing everything we need to do to keep our people safe. that's where our attention is. we hope that congress and the media, too, can keep the focus on that. >> but republican congressman darrell issa, who chairs the house committee holding this hearing, says some additional witnesses are hesitating to come forward because they fear they may be punished by their employers. rick? >> molly henneberg in washington, thank you very much. for more exclusive details on these break developments, tune in to fox news sunday tomorrow when chris wallace sits down with the utah congressman, jason chaffetz, one of those questioning the whistle blowers. >>> new develo
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